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Full text of "Picturesque Shelbyville : representing the official, business and social relations of Shelbyville, Indiana"

PUBLIC HSH/\rti 

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BoetcVier, Willian John 

Henry, 1S73- 
F'icturesque Shelbyvil le 



Picturesque Shelbyville. 



iEPRESENTlNC 



OFFICIAL, BUSINESS AND SOCIAL RELATIONS OF 
SHELHYMLLE, INDIANA. 



REW WM. J. H. BOETCKER. 



Photos Taken b> ; J. F. OREBAUGH, Shelbvville, Ind. 
Matter Contributed bv: MR. CHAS. H. TINDALL, Shelbvville, Ino. 
ENOBAvmr.s Maoe by; THE INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING AND ELECTROTVPING CO., 
Printed AND Bound by: LEVEY BROS i CO., Indianapolis, Ind. 



Rev. \Vm. J. H. Bo 



PREFACE. 



TN submitting "Picturesque Shelbyville" to the public, it is witli some degree of pride, as originally it was the 
■*■ intention of the compiler to publish only a souvenir of the First German Presbyterian Church on the occasion of its 
thirt3--fifth Jubilee, for the benefit of our magnificent edifice now under construction ; but, owing to the persistent 
demands of many of the city's enterprising people, it was foimd impossible to thus limit its pa.ges, hence it 
was changed to a souvenir of the entire city and to include therein matters of general public interest. 

We take this opportunity of publicly thanking the manufacturers and business peojile, generally, ami espe- 
cially attorney Charles H. Timlall, for their assistance, thus enabling us to publish this l„„,k, which involved 
great expense. 

.\s the euterpri'-e has been officially indorsed liy the City Council, who have aK,, .issiste.l iis in many ways. 
We sinccrelv h..i,e tli.it it mav, in the end, revert to the interest and welf.ire of our beiiutifid cilv 



SHELBYVILLE, 

nplll-: i-.mnty seat of Shelhy Cmmty. Indiana, situated near the center of the Hoosier State, twenty-seven miles southeast of Indianapolis, and only 
-*■ nineteen miles from the center of population of the I'nited States, is one of the most beautiful and important cities of its size to be found 
anywhere. Containing a population of 8,500 people, and bein.E; centrally located in one of the richest a,t;ricultural counties and districts of the State, 
and by reason of its large manufacturing interests and many natural advantages, Slielljyville occujiies an enviable position among its neighboring 
cities as one of the leading commercial marts of the country. 

It is traversed by two railroads, the main line of the Big Four from Cincinnati to Indianapolis, and a branch of the Pennsylvania lines, extend- 
ing from Columbus to Cambridge City, and connecting with the main lines at those places, and is now the present terminus of the Indianapolis, 
Shelbyville & Southeastern Traction Company, whose electric cars enter and depart from this city every hour during the day. The survey is now 
being made and the plans formulated for the extension of this line to Batesville, and it is probable that same will be completed within another year. 
.\mong the possibilities of electrical transportation, too, is the final construction of the proposed line from Greenwood to this city, the preliminary 
work and the roadbed of which has been completed during the past summer for a distance of several miles, when the same was temporarily 
abandoned. 

The chief manufacturing industry, and that to which c\cry citizen of this thriving populace can point with pride, is that of furniture, in which, 
with its eleven large factories, each having a separate and distinct line for the trade, surpasses every city in the worid of like population, and is fre- 
quently alluded to as the "Furniture City of the Middle West," The originality and beauty of design and elegance of finish has placed the highest 
standard of merit upon the furniture manufactured here when in direct competition with that of other factories of the country. There are also two 
mirror works, one wrench and steel-range factory, two machine shops, and also five large elevators, where the highest cash price is always paid for 
the products of the farm. 

It is here that the famous Shelbyville Lithia Water is found, fast becoming used and favorably known throughout the entire countr\- for its 
remarkable curative powers, and also in near proxiniity to the well-equipped liatii house of the I.ithia Water Company, a pri\ate hospital complete 
in all its appointments. 

To the close observer, no better standard can be used in judging the stability of citizen-.hiii tliaii lliat of its surrounding moralizing influences, 
and in which Shelbyville stands wilhoul an equal in the State, in proportion to its size, in the large and ma.gnificent temples of worship and the 
common school system within her domain. Her churches, save three now under construction, are all new, modern and commodious, four of which 
were rebuilt within the past year. There are six magnificent school buildings, including the high .school, all modern and complete and conveniently 
situated in the diiTerent portions of the city, with an efficient corps of teachers in each; and through the benefaction of Andrew Came,gie, a most 
beautiful Public Library building, constructed of stone, costing |20,000, now almost ready for dedication to the name of its liberal benefactor. Water- 
works and electric light plant under private corporate control furnish to the city and her people water and light at moderate prices. 

As a result of successful competition in the system of telephones, there are now two opposing com])anics. the Bell and the Independent, each 
having a large number of subscribers anil furnishing first-class service at a miiiinuiin iirice. with frcr service to and from the citv 0)i the lines extend- 



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a lar^e and enlij^htened population within the county. 

In her social life. Shelbyville is nowhere to be out-classed. The well appointed Club House, "The Assembly," is 
while there are also less noted clubs and assemblages of almost every variety and name, from that of the " Bachelors' 
Wash Day Club," while in Secret, Fraternal and Beneficiary Societies, the city is equally well represented. 

Visitors of the city look with admiration upon her broad streets and avenues, all well shaded, and the beautiful 



cnown throuL^hout the State, 
Society" to the "Maiden's 



magnificent homes 



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of equal 



be found more homes owned by their present occupants and 
-iety of causes : The steady operation of our factories, all paying good wages; cheap 
of taxation in the city, the same being but 66 cents the past year ; and the benefit 
IS where the weekly earnings of the toilers are saved and long-time loans are made 



their tastefully kept lawns. Perhaps in no other city in the S 
wage-earners than here. This is be made possible from a va 
fuel from the two natural gas companies ; an extremely low rat 
derived from a large nimiber of Building and Loan Associatio 
at a low rate of interest. 

The spirit of public and private enterprise is manifest here, too, and the city is steadily becoming more metropolitan. The site is now pur- 
chased and the plans completed for a new and commodious City Hall, costing $30,000. and containing an auditorium with a seating capacity of 2.750 
people ; also under consideration is a complete public sewerage system and public ownership of the water-works and electric light plant ; and there 
are three daily and weekly newspapers published here, each having an extensive circulation, which furnish a full medium of diversified information ; 
three well capitalized banks that have withstood the era of panics as well as prosperity ; while our merchants, from sharp competition in all the ave- 
nues of trade are active, progressive and alert, as is evidenced from tlu- lar^v and ftL-lect lines of merchandise contained in their busy but well ke])l 

To the investor, wage-earner, manufacturer or those <lesiring a home in a healthful locality where exceptional a.lvantages exist, Shelbyville 
stands worthv of the highest consideration. 




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PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 






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WALKERVILLE SCHOOL. 




SHELBY COUNTY ORPHANS' HOME. 




















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POST OFFICE. 

OFFICERS, CITY AND RAILROAD CARRIERS. 




Capt. A. 11. Weed, 
Clias. A. Karinire, 



FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 




'T'lIK ].rt-,t'nt Pastor, tlu- Rl-v. Wm. J. H. liOKTCKliK, was born July 17, 1S73, in Altona (Elbe), Germany. He receiveil his early 

Rcival Chrislianeum (( '.\ nmasiuni 1 in Altona. In the year 1S91 he came to America and continued his studies at the Chica.tjo Theolo,ij;i, 
graduated Junu lli, 1897. I'r..ni the ■Cerman Theological School, of Newark, N. J.," situated at Bloomfield, N. J. 

On September 16th he pas.sed the Licensure Examination before the South Bergen Classis and became Liifiitiatc. Cin October 
elected and November 19th regularly called by the Consistory of the newly organized GSRM.iN-AMERiC-iN Reformeu Church to be the f 
.t;regation. After passing a final examination at a special meeting of the South Long Island Classis, on November 15th, the Rev. W'm J. 
rej;idarly ordained as minister of the Gospel, and installed as Pastor of the German-American Reformed Church, of Brooklyn, Decern 
which he hail charge until December, 1901, when he was compelled, on account of failing health, from overwork, to look for a smaller fie 
the call of the First German Presbyterian Church, of Shelbyville, Indiana, of which he took charge on December 27, 1901. 



1S97. he was 
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FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

THt; SIX PASTORS OF THK CHURCH. SOUVENIR OF THE 35TH JUBILEE OF THE CHURCH. 




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FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

OFFICIAL BOARD. 




Frank Bucscher, Deacmi. Mr. Frank Schn 

m. Trof. John Henke, Eliler and Clerk. Mr 

Trustee. Re\-. Wni. J. H. Boetcker, Pastor. 



iilt, Elder. Mr. Henry Lannnert, Deacon and Treasurer. 

F. Hinschlaeger, Elder and Secretary. Mr. Hy. Ferlemann, Elder. 

Mr. Charles Krebs, Trustee. Mr. Chris. Aumann, Deacon and Trustee. 



FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

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FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

CHURCH CHOIR. 




Mr. Ed. Buescher, Mr. Louis Fischer. 

Rev. Win. J. H Boetcker, Dir. Mrs. Clark Williams, Mr. F. Hiiischlaeifer, M Em. Heinrich. 
Miss Marij. De Prez, Organist; Miss Rosa Zobel, Miss Einina Rothlisherger, Mrs. Elizabeth Burkher. 



FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

OFFICERS OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. OFFICERS OF THE PASTOR'S AID SOCIETY— YOUNO LADIES. 




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FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

BRASS BAND: POSAUNENCHOR. 




Mr, H. KrieKtr, TrL^as 



FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. 

















GERMAN EVANGELICAL PROTESTANT CHURCH. 




GERMAN EVANGELICAL PROTESTANT CHURCH. 

SEWING SOCIETY. 




Marie Reichel, 



Margaret Stroup. A 

Caroline YearUng, Lai 

Marie Metzger. Elisabeth Flohr, 



Flohr. Anna Sclioelcli, JIarie Mohr, Louise Haehl. 

Laura Morner, Margaret Springer, Margaret Weingarth. 

Catharine Sdioelch, Anna Reichel, Anna Mever 



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Jackson and liroa.lwav Mixcts, Uil- scicu.l li..i,sc ul «ui Ju]. «ar 
southeast corner of liarrisoii and Jackson streets; and the thi 
was built at its present location on Broadway, in the year 1S85. 




FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

OFFICERS. 




FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 




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FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 




FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

GROUP OF EP\% ORTH LEAQUERS. 




FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

CHORAL SOCIETY. 




av Jones, Mary Carter, Lottie 
i\Vris;ht, Marv Wright, Josie Wa 
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FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 



y lischmeyer, KcnnLth Hepp, Lawrence Andrews, Walter McCartney, Harold Buxton, Frank Lucas, ( .uy I. 

Edith Wood, Helen Showers, Lora Hilligos.'i, Sam Pence, George McBride, 

in, Helen Carter, Charlie Pence, Earl Weimer, Alice Harris, Margaret Eirely, Glenn Tindall, Enie,st Weinie 

Russell Hilli.i;oss, Vernon Keith, Ray JIurphy, Ralph Brown, Charlie Ray, Myron Hardin.g, George Hirely 

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■hurch one year and «as calkd to pastorate of the 
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A. T- Thurston, J. O. Parrish, Deacon and Triistee. 



Cornelius lleans. 



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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 



' I ■'HE Christian Church, of Shelliyx ilk-, was organized at the home of ( )viil liutler, in 1834. For a time the congregation met 
at the homes of its members; then the meeting place was chan,£fed to a second-storj' room at the corner of Washington 
.street and Public Square; from here it was moved to the old Shelby County Court House, that stood in the Public Square. In 
1S67 a frame building was erected at the corner of Franklin and Pike streets at a cost of |Z, 500. In IS.Sf. ibis building was 
remodeled and enlarged The present beautiful and connnodius buiMing was erected in 1901, and dcdir.itid M.m li 1. VKtl, at a 
total cost of .something over «ZO,IIIIO 00. 





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High .school and of the Indiana Stat 
Theological department of Kentucky 
in Carbondale. Illinois, and Salem, 
Weans, of this city, June 10, 1903. 



111. 1S70. He is a gra.luatc of the l irleans. Indiana, 

lool. New Haven, Connecticut. He has had pastorates 
be,gan October 1, 1899. He was married to Miss Jessie 



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OFFICIAL BOARD. 




FIRST CHRInTIAN CHURCH. 




FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 



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Emma Deck, John Toner, Florence Peck, Mr Swearin, Maude Merrill, John Miller, Marie Cage. 

n, Mrs. Jessie Mahan, Mrs Lola Smith, Nellie Merrill, Wni, O. Noffsinger, Blrs Cora Eronson, Marv lielle Harrisor 

Jlrs. Ella Miller; Mrs. Nettie Cage. Mrs. Ella Stroup. C. \V. Culhertson. Mrs. Elizabeth Cnlbertson, E F. Mahan. 

Lucile Cagt. Will CulliertM.n 



FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 

JUNIOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY. 




le (Vriffey. Merl Einerich. Marie Conistock, Jenette Tone 
le Cage, Homer Cherry, Stephen Michelsen. (48j 



FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 

OHUCl-RS AND TEACHKR5 OF SUNDAY SCHOOL. 



Mrs. Melissa 51 




WEST STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

REV. W. F. SMITH, A. B 



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CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 




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METHODIST REFORM CHURCH. 




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Pastoral wcrk in I hnbiirg UreeliLastle In ban 
apohs and nOT\ at bhelb^Mlle Has had ?reat 
success in all the al)0\e named places Aae 40 
March 18. 




153 ) Rev. Joshua Spurlin, Ev 



Rev. Melvin Howanl, Pa.^itor of IVnUicost Chapel. 



ST. JOSEPH ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 




ST. VINCENNES 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 




VIEWS. 



Northeast corner of Piililic Sqii 




West Washni^t 



F. AND A. M. 

NAMES OF THE OFFICERS WITH OFFICE OF SHELBVVILLE LODGE No. 28, F. & A. M. 



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1-, I. Showers, Senior Deacon. I'hillip Devenin!,;, Stewanl. ( ',L-nri;v \\\ F, Kirk, 

George H. Meiks, Junior Warden. Daviil I,. Wilsim, SecrelHrv. 
\'<>unf,f, Worshipful Master. 



NAAMAH CHAPTER No. 73 ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. 

OFFICERS. 




Alis.-^Iav Jones. Ruth; Miss Ma^ie VauRhan, Esther: Mrs. S. McCrea. Treasurer; Mrs. B. Bradfor.l, War.Ur, 
Mrs \ I r.utheii Martha; Miss Maude Ballard, Secretary; Mrs. .\. Spiegle, Electa; Mrs. A. Blakely, .4dah; J. Bennett. Sentinel 
Mrs. j. H. Deit/.er, Associate Conductre-ss. Mrs. H. C. Goodrich, Worthy Matron. Miss Gertrude Randall. Conduct 

Miss Clarine Morrison. Associate Matron. A. L. Gutheil, Worthy Patron. 



G. A R. 

DUMONT POST No. 18, QRAND ARMY OF REPUBLIC. 




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Theu Wilson, 


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James L. Capp. 


J. B. Ran 


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C. M. Wright, 


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Q. A. R. LADIES' AUXILIARY, 

OFFICERS OF RELIEF CORPS DUMONT No. = 




Eliz. livers. JIa 



Dobliiiis, Dorth D..b1.iiis, .Margan 



SONS OF VETERANS. 




1— Hildrtth Edwards. 2— Harrv firiffev. 3- Albert Goodrich. 4— James S. Watkius, 6— Rmiald McKay. 6— Samutl Oldfit-M, 7— Warren Kaehl. S— Willirim Faciei. 9— Weslev W. Hagan 
HJ— Oe(.. V. Hack. 11— Rtrtie Hiiics, 12— Frank Fa«el. 15— Rolla Connor, 14— AloDSo Thrasher, 15—Lmiis Hoover. 16— Charles Spurlin, 17— K'lward Oakley. IS— Leslie Allen, 19— William j 
(loodrich, 20— Harvey B. Cox. 21— Frank Higj^^ins, 22— Sam Robinson, 2J— Kline Thralls. 24— Anthony Heur,-, 25— Jacob Deitzer, 26— Harry Crnil. 27— Kdward Alexander. 28— Harry Laurcnc 
2^1- John Warble, 30— Walter N;iil. 31-.Saunders McKinuey, 32— Oral Jones, 33— Clark McKinney, 54— Harry Neleigh. 35— Dr. James Crail, 36— Sidney Conger. (6i 



LADIES' AUXILIARY OF SONS OF VETERANS No. 85. 

l.Al>IES' Aro SOCIETY No. 20. 
















Sadie Kirty. 
Jennie McKinne; 
Mrs. Spiegel. 



Pansy Crail. Maude Lightfoot. Can 

Margaret McKinney. Minnie Stephans. Carolii 

Crail. Maggie McKinney. Maggie Goodrich. 
Helen Goodrich. 



e Fagel. 


Mae Oaklev. 


Sadie .\llen 


e Oaklev. 


Lou Haehl. 


Mrs. Oldfiel 


Bertha Spurlir 


Liza Collins. 





DEGREE STAFF SHELBY LODGE No. 39, L O. O. F. 

WORLD'S PRIZE WINNERS: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 1901; DES MOINES, IOWA, 1902. 




Wilson, I, C. Cheney, 
eith, James HilliKoss. 



REBEKAH. 





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PAST AND PRESENT OFFICERS OF McQUIDDY REBEKAH LODQE. 

Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. J. W. Hagans, :Mrs, Ihi.-:- M: ^ H. r., Al: smith. Mi-.s I.i.la C.-iiish, Mrs. McCloud, Miss Lida K^ 
Mrs. HenrvSte^lemeyer, Miss Lou .AmiKiini - , . , t i;i-,.ns, ,i,, Mrs. |ohn Weaklv, Mrs. Tom Chaffev. 

Mrs. John Byers, Mrs. WiHiaiii-, M: .1 w > I . \ .nil Vlt, :\[r>, \V. Meloy, Mrs. Weakly. 
DEOREH SI Ml OF McOl N kFliEKAH LODGE. 

Ann, l:.' • : M •" ' !: ;, ' ■,:■ 'I'' • W , rl ' '. :' •' AI . ■', '' i •''' i lu-h. 



SHELBYVILLE LODGE No. 457, B. P. O. E. 




All.L^rt IR-rschfelt, Esquire. Charles Morrison, Exalted Ruler. William Kamiire, Tyler. 

nnL-r\-. Secrct;ir\ . Charles H. Tindall, Esteemed Loyal Knight. M. O. Sullivan. Esteemed Lecturing Knight. 

A. L, < -utlieil. Inner Guard. David A. Levinson, Esteemed Leading Knight. John D. De Prez. Treasurer. 
Talbert B. Kemper, Trustee. Thomas C. Kennedy, Trustee. 

: Protective Order Elks is purely a social and charitable orKanization, and was organized in New York City in 1867. It dispenses charity 
like charity to the public than any secret order in the world. Shelbyville Lodge No. 457 was organized December 26, 1M99, and now has m< 



undred member; 



1 gatherings! 






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MEHBERS OF TEAIVl OF KIOWA TRIBE No. 


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Jacob Pos 
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, Z<1 Mvsterv Man; 



Brave; Harry Bannes, 4th Brave; Charles Beasi 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF KIOWA TRIBE No. 199, I. O. R. M. 




POCAHONTAS. 




FiRST.Row: Mr. Fagle, Gii 
Second Row; Mrs. Weljer 

2d Counselor. 
Third Row; Flora GreKorv, 1st Ladv Warrior; Will Fajj: 

rior; Mrs. Clapp, 2d Warrior; Mrs. Marshall, 4th Wa 
Fourth Row; Mrs. Fortune, Captain; Mrs. Goodrich, 1: 

Prophetess; Mrs. Fagle. 2d Scout. 



VALENTINE COUNCIL No. 1684, ROYAL ARCANUM. 

OFFICERS. 




TRIBE BEN=HUR No. 77. 




U«icHigg.i.s. J. W. 



Vanarsdall, Charles Hack, Geo. Burkher. 

F.Walker, Miss Clark, Ed Kodi, John Burkher. 

Mrs. Harrv Walker. Marv Walker. 

Burkher, Mrs. Burkher. 



FULTON LODGE No. 30, A. O. U. W. 



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CHILLON LODGE No. 129, K. of P. 




HLLON Lodge No. 129, Knights of Pvthias, was instituted September 23, 1885, with the following persons as charter mem- 
bers : J. N. Lucas, Edward H. Chadwick, Robert W. Harrison, Milton R. Senour, Christian Steinliauser, Joseph H. Akers. 
C. Akers, Charles P. Hale, Robert B. Hale, Lester Clark, David L. Wilson, David B. Wilson, John N. Whitehead, Richanl 
aitz, F. W. Mohr, Samuel D. Favorite, Taylor Winterrowd. John J. Wingate, Henry Friday, George H. Dunn. John M. Brown 
^. M, Hord. The lodge at the present time has 333 members in good standing. The dues are |6.00 per member, each year> 
s paid quarterly. The lodge pays $4.00 per week for sick benefits, and $1.00 multiplied by the number of members in .good 
ing as a death benefit. 
The following brothers have served as Chancellor Commanders of Chillon Lodge, in the order named : P. C. ."Vkers, C. P, 
J. N. Lucas, D. L. Wilson, Taylor Winterrowd, M. R. Senour, E. H. Chadwick, R. W. Harrison, John Reiver, C. A. Tindall, 



Clark, G. W. Hagans. J. G. King, F. R, Hal 
hite, L. B. Caruthers, R. F. T.c-,, To :\t 

P. Green, T. U. Wilson, Jam. - I I . 

Chillon Lodge has the hon.., ., 
na; Doctor diaries .\. Tindall, li IMP. nl!-.! 
October 7, 1902. 

In December 1S99 a movement was started 

shows how successful their efforts Imt bn 



ard Weakley, 
O. D. Alsinan 



C. F. King, C, 
Joseph Chez, 



■ members in the position of Grand Chancellor of the Grand Dom 
tations in the Grand Lodge was chosen Grand Chancellor at its la 



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iianib^r of Chillon Lod^e is 
justh proud of their handsome 
Castle Hall 

The present officers of Chillon 

Lod^e are Julius L Showers 

Chancellor Commander; Bert 

McDonald, Vice Cliancill..r; 

William Stewart, Prelate; John 

G. King, Masterat Arms; Joseph 

H. Akers, Master of E.xchequer; Lester Clark, Master of Finance; 

Charles J. Pettit, Master of Work; R. F. Bogar, Keeper of Records 

and Seal; J. M. Keith, Inner Guard; O. P. Lemasters, Outer Guard; 



Charles A. White, Organist; Josl 
Trustees: Robert Buxton, Presi, 
Robert W. Harrison, Secretary. 




RATHBONE SISTERS. 




OFFICERS. 

Effie Covle, Pianist; Mollie Brunner, E. J.; Mattie Wilson, P. of T.; Susa 
;mma Shaw, M. of R. & C; Stella Weimar, M. E. C; Kate Rhoads, P. C 

DEQREE STAFF OF RATHBONE SISTERS. 

Nora Riser, Lora Brown M"p". I.. ^i, ii , \\ , i,,, ,,■ i, .,, \\il.,.ii \\.,]/'. W'l'i 



Kenihvorlh Temple No. 22, Order of Ra 
Membership for 190Z, 186, Annual dues (,Kni;. 



Keith. Bertha Young. 




Carrie Alexander. 



Chas. Clapp, Edgar Alexander, Jam 

Minnie I. Lee, Robert Ca 

Irs. Van Pelt, Katie Jones, I 



Alfred Lee, Thomas \V 
TEAM. 

:s Colston, Mr. Williams, Joseph Gray. 
iter, Rhoad Wienier, James Reece, Mrs. C 
inda Hollcraft, Barhara Worland, Mrs. I.i 



OFFICERS 

lie Gray, Alice Van Pelt, Grant Wilson, 
n Moore, M. F. Milleson, Dr. Bowlbv. 
hitaker, Jessie Lenox-, 1. W. Vanarsdall, NatlK 



MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. 

OFFICERS AND TEAM. 






PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE. 






SHELBYVILLE LODGE, No. 402. 




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WM. TELL COMMANDERY No. 178, KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN. 




Joseph Schoentrup, Joseph Westrich, August Hirschauer, Arthur Meer, Harry Min 

Will Dellekamp, Charles Goeble, Wni. Bleiik, Frank Brown, Martin Yanka, Jo: 

Robert Goeble, John Neuman, Anthony Boehring, Thomas Campbell, Joseph Voss, 

Frank Dellekamp. Ceo. V. Hock, AUie'Sprawl, '\Vm. C. Boehning, .^ilain Staatdmilli 

William Riley. James Fleming. Joseph Sprawl. John'Goeble, FMwanl St 

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iter, John Burns, Louis Bogeman. 
. B. Moonnan, Joseph Fastlaben. 
Charles Boehning. William Morgan, 
r. Frank Campbell. An.lrew Wipple 
ifert. Nicholas Hottopp. 



MACCABEES. 

PROQRRSS TENT No. 190, K. O. 




VIEWS. 



Towir of I!i,M 4 KaiIn.,Hl 


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I. Chapman, Albert Weingartli. 



5MELBYVILLE ORCHESTRA. 




PARLOR CLUB. 




PARLOR CLUB. 

INTERIOR VIEWS OF THE CLUB ROOMS. 




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Mrs. S. r. McCrea, Mr 



Mrs. E. F. Love, Mr 



Sliel.l..ii, Mrs 



Mrs. Hattie K. Ri 



THE COTERIE CLUB. 




SHAKESPEARE CLUB. 




VIEWS. 




CONREY & BIRELY TABLE CO. 

THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE CENTER AND LIBRARY TABLE FACTORY IN THE WORLD. 




OFFICE STAFF. 

Miss E.llKl Biiifunl 
Mr. Theo. Eichelsd 



CONREY & BIRELY TABLE CO. 




CONREY & BIRELY TABLE CO. 

SUPERINTENDENT AND FOREMEN. 




CONREY & BIRELY TABLE CO. 




CONREY & BIRELY TABLE CO. 

CABINET ROOM EMPLOYEES. 





CONREY & BIRELY TABLE CO 




C. H. CAMPBELL FURNITURE CO. 




C. H. CAMPBELL FURNITURE CO. 

LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF MALL FURNITURE IN THE WORLD. 




C. H. CAMPBELL FURNITURE CO. 

iROllPA OF WORKINCiMEN AND FOREMEN OF THE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS. 



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Mnishinu,^ Department; 4 — R. McKay, Foreman Veneer 
Dci)artnient; 5 — Fred Campbell, Foreman Carving De- 
partment. 



SHELBYVILLE WARDROBE CO. 




SHELBYVILLE WARDROBE CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF ARTISTIC SIDEBOARDS. 






Mr. Cha^. Wllw.ii. Mr. M. 



Mr. Will. Bleuk. 



CONREY & DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. 




CONREY & DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. 




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BLAKELY FURNITURE CO. 



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SHELBYVILLE DESK CO. 





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THE CONREY & FORSTER FURNITURE CO. 






Mr \ H Hildrcth, Vice-Pres. 
air J \ Cunrey, Treas. 

Mist. Mary Conrey, Sec. 



HODELL FURNITURE COMPANY. 





Mr.J.ma^J..sq,l,.\-,«-rn.M,k-.U. 



SPIEGEL FURNITURE CO. 





Jhark-^ A. SpicKL-l. St-rrct 



rtliur K. S|)iL-i;tl, Siipcriiitciiilcnl 



ARTIFICIAL ICE FACTORY. 







\V. IK- I'rez, Sec. & 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 

CAPITAL $1(10,000. SURPLUS $78,000. 




SHELBY BANK. 

CAPITAL $100,000. FOUNDED BY THE LATE MR. SAMUEL HAMILTON. 



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SHELBYVILLE LITHIA WATER CO. 

SHEI.BVVIl LE LITHIA WATER AND BATH ROOMS. 




CITIZENS GAS CO. 




MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. 




Mr. J. Tmdall, Atto 



MUTUAL LOAN AND SAVINGS COMPANY. 




OFFICERS OF THE UNION BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 



The Homestead Building and 


Loan Association began 




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INDIANAPOLIS. SHELBYVILLE & SOUTHEASTERN TRACTION CO. 




F. C SHELDON'S JEWELRY STORE. 





N. H. STRONG HARDWARE STORE. 




#(g?®®!€5<;g)tg^^(g 



Mr, Will. Neu. Mv. Scott Rav Mr 



N. D. ROBINS' SODA FOUNT MANUFACTURINO CO. 



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DAIRY OF PETER STOHRY & SON. 




H. S. CORY & CO. 




McLaren sawmill. 




HOTEL RAY. 




LOCKWOOD HOTEL. 

MRS. A. FARRER, PROPRIETRESS. 


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HILLIQOSS & SON. 




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Resiik-nce uf Mr. H. F. Suaiii, \\V-!.t Washington ; 



THE FRED STEPHAN UP=TO-DATE SHOE STORE. 




:Mi-v Mary M 
Mr. John A. Stephai 



EAST WASHINGTON STREEl 

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PRIVATE HOMES. 




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PRIVATE HOMES. 





sidence of Mr. H. Lammert, 140 East Pennsj 




-133 - Mr. :ina .Mrs. H. I.ainincrt 



THE OLDEST RESIDENT OF SHELBYVILLE, AND HER HOME. 







FIVE OF THE OLDEST CITIZENS AND PROHOTORS OF SHELBYVILLE. 

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MONUMENTS 




Pennsylvania and Walnu 



Ham Bro's. Monu 




( 141 ) John Hardebeck 



HARRIS & SHOPBELL, ARCHITECTS 



OF EVANSVILLE, IND. 





Messrs. Harris & Shnpliell arc the Architects \\h.. have .h-a\vii the plans and supervised the cciTistniction ..f the I'lil.Hc Library, First Christian Chii 
Baptist Cliurch, First Cicrin. n Presbyterian Church, the New City Hall, and many others. 



PEASTER & DAVIS, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 





Messrs. Feaster and Davis, the ponu 






THE DEMOCRAT. 



npHE DEMOCRAT, the official organ of Shelby County, and best 
advertising medium in the Sixth Congressional District, is the 
property of the W. S. Ray Publishing Co. The Weekly was established 
in 1848 and has a circulation of 3,500. The Daily was established in 1S80. 
by the late W. S. Ray, and has a circulation of 1,500. The Democrat 
stands at the head of the county press. 




BIQ FOUR DEPOT. 




SHELBY PRINTING CO. 

PUBLISHERS OF THE DAILY AND SEMIWEEKLY REPUBLICAN. 




Miss Hi-ltn L.iccx . ( )ra Banker, J. J. Winnatc, Harry Ri.t;lesber.t;er. Seneca Beals, 
Earl Toner, Joe Lacey, Edwin Deck, Morris Marlow, Ivy Stein, Robert Worlanil. 
Miss Mamie Blank, Miss May Lorenz, Miss Carrie Gore, Chas. Sweet, \\\ L. Winj^ate, Harry Lii 



JEFFERSONIAN. 





MislR-r. Mr. J. Walter Elliott, Managing Ed 

JEFFERSONIAN: THE ONLY MORNINQ PAPER OF THE CITY. 

kh iRws] .qicr of Shelbyville and Shelby County. Prints all the news all the time, and is 
\)f the rights of the people. Location, No. 14 East Broadway. 





ResiileiKc ol M 




Wist Bn.a. 




Himw of Mr Wliitc.uili. \\\-l Mu.iianl. 




Residence of Mr. Charles Birelv, West Mechanic Street. 




.Ml |i 1.. \\ils,.n, East W .ishin„t 



BABIES. 




n-Robert M 



11— O. Lewi.-.. 22— Lee Hoops Baby. 




-Helen Eli 
-Lucy May Li 



THREE SHELBYVILLE BOYS WHO MAY BECOHE PRESIDENT, SOME DAY. 





FOUR QENKRATIONS. 





Ruth Deit/er. 



A MOTHER AND HER PRIDE. 




PANSY CLUB. 




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KENT & SEYNOUR MILLS. 






I-:krsor Aiiisden Hoops, 26 years old. 

I{k-asor Brooks Arnsden. Bom in Livin^^ton Co 

N. v., June 19, 1825. Moved to Sllelhv' County, 

X.jveniber, 1848. 
I{. P. .\. IMcCxau^jhey. Age 3 vears, 11 months. 
I'addy. the old family pony. A<,'e 31 years. Has 

Eleasor Am.sdcn, Jr. Bom October 27. ISSS. 



Prof. J. C. Fischer, the Shelby- 
ville Piano Tuner. Principal 
of the Central Correspondence 
Schonl ..f Piano TuninK. 65 



liss Mamie Deitz, of W. South 
Street, the lady who helped to 
make this book a success by 
collecting— hanl cash. 




PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT. 




MR. C. H. CAMPBELL AND FAMILY. 




Miss Marguerite Campbell. 
IMiss Florence Campbell. 



PRIVATE HOME. 




Mr. Blakely's Residem 



SINDLINQER'S CLEAN MEAT MARKET. 




HAPPY FAMILIES. 





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-Rcv. aii.l Mr;.. W. I'. Siiiilh 



Marie Boetckur 



-Mr. 111.1 Mrs. ( iscar I.L«-i>, V. M,. aii.l Fa 



BENCH AND BAR. 




PHYSICIANS. 



MCMBFRS OF THB MEDICAL A5S()CIAII0N. 




KtL-iicy. q-W. F. I',rei.-n. 10-^ 




THE LEADING DENTISTS. 




THR READING DkUQQISTS OF THE CITY. 




SHELBYVILLE TONSORIAL ARTIST5. 




PROMINENT BUSINESS MEN. 




1— .Mi-.'S. li. M>.rii>,',2— Mr. I.. H(.uver.;,^-4— MtN^r-. rluniiucr & lln.iiMni, S-JIr. J, i 
Morris,'.9—Mr.;j.!B. Randall, lU-U— Messrs. Jones Bros., 12— Mr. John Scluilt/, 13— .Mr 
Kemper. "17— Mr. Steinhauser. 



VIEWS OF 5HELBYVILLE SURROUNDINGS. 




^--Tllc■ In.ii ISviilyc 



THE WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. 




20-Marjorie Van Pelt, 




Q. W. KENNEDY & SON. 

STAR MILLS. 



The Star Roller Mills, operated by Geo. \V. Kemie.lv 
Son The firm composed of George AV. Keniieilv ami 
I ns James B, Kennedy and Fred \V. Kennedy, 
ic\ manufacture the celebrated " Our Star " flour, the 
nie ot which is a household word in almost every home 
this city and county. They also deal largely in all 
ikIs of grain, besides handling a large business in 
lill feeds in the great consuming east- 






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VIEWS OF SHELBYVILLE SURROUNDINGS 




VIEWS OF SHELBYVILLE SURROUNDINGS. 




HISTORY OF THE BOOK. 




HISTORY OF THE BOOK. 

WHERE AND BY WHOM THE PHOTOS WERE TAKEN, DEVELOPED, PRINTED, TONED AND FINISHED. 




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HISTORY OF THE BOOK. 




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HISTORY OF THE BOOK. 




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